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CARtoons (Petersen Pub) / Pete Millar's DRAG Cartoons (Millar Pub) / HOT ROD CARtoons (Petersen) = Comic Magazines = In Stock;



BIG DADDY ROTH (Pete Millar Presents...; Millar pub; B&W Magazine; 52 pages including Covers; LOW Print & RARE)

#1 (10-11/1964; Ed Big Daddy Toth appears as the Lead Character in most stories; Saltman - Bonneville Salt Flats Utah story; BATMAN and ROBIN Parody-s = 4 pages Peter Millar-a, with 1 panel cameo of; Spider-Man, Flash, Superman & Hawman; Big Daddy in Surfside Saga = 6 pages ALEX TOTH-a; Big Galahad Daddy-s = 5 pages Russ MANNING-a; Mel Keefer-a; Denis Ellefson-a; RATFINK appears on cover & interior Cameo; Store Credit NOT accepted on this item; VF, 8.0 = $199.00)



BREEZY RIDER (Coloney Pub.; Motorcycle Humor comics; Rare) -

Volume-1 #3(June 1971; Clifford-c; PHOTO back-c; Adventures of Skid Marks; Gloria by Engleman; Loose Pulley, Slip Sprocket & Trog's Dust by Ted Trogdon; Squeazy Rider; How to tell your Motorcycle from a Hole in the Ground; COMIC STRIP Parodies by Siegel, includes; Nancy, Wizard of ID, Popeye, Peanuts, Little Orphan Annie, Flintstones, Beetle Bailey, Dick Tracy, Katzenjammer Kids, Donald Duck, Dennis the Menace & Blondie; Flix Pixs; Cycel Writing Analysis; Adventures of Rio Honda; VF+=$33.00; FN/VF=$22.00);

Volume-1 #4(August/1971);


CAR toons; 1960-1970 issues; (1960-1991; CARtoons or "Car'toons"; Trend Books, Inc./ Millar / Petersen Pub; Car Humor cartoons comic; 1960-1961 issues = Digest Size; 1962 up = Regular Magazine size, 8-1/4" x 11"; VARMINTS appear on Most covers from #22-79, 1965-1974; #101=LASTED Numbered issue; *** March/1979 thru May-June/1983, and August/1984 thru April/1986= 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts; *** June/1986 thru August/1991 = Slick Color Centerfold POSTER Bonus Insert; ** #76=CYCLEtoons begins; #80=New All-in-One Format begins, with; Cars, Vans, Street Rods, Motorcycles & Rails; #80=1st app KRASS & BERNIE & Begins, appears in most issues from #80 thru 1991); *** (1960-1965 issues= RARE to SCARCE; 1966-1970 issues= SCARCE); **** [ Creative Talent includes; Mike Arens, Steve Austin, Jerry Barnett, Duane Bibby, Fred Boatman, John Bruno, Tom Butters, Nelson Dewey, Mike Dormer, Jack Feagan, Rick Griffin, Jim Grube, Bob Hardin, Ron Harris, Shawn Kerri, Dale Krutz, Don Lomax, Errol McCarthy, Russ Manning, Tom Marnick, Forrest Plesko, Mike Ploog, Susie Pollard, Leslie Reynolds, Bruce Steffenhagen, Michael Streff, Bob Tupper, Jim Williams, Jim Willoughby, Monte Wolverton,& Others]; **** (#1=Pete Millar art begins; #46-79=most with Bruce Steffenhagen covers; #69=Errol McCarthy art begins);

#NN (#1; RARE; No Date; 1960; First Story = Saga of Rumpville"; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; 68 pages; by Pete Millar & Carl Kohler"; Wild Evolution of the Wheel; the Phantom of the Flats; Dipstick; Krafty Kart Kaper; Just for Kicks; Pete Millar art begins; overall VF, but Small 1/2" Piece chipped out of the bottom of the Spine to the Cover, minor 1/2" repaired inside with Magic Tape, thus VG/FN = $99.00);

#2 (1960; RARE; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; Millar, Williams, Eisenberg, Leonardi; Karta de Roma; Little People; Big Switch; Partners; Klassic Kar Kaper; Count Down; Snoflake; Super Salesman; It Never Rains; Custom Capers; Prize Chump; Good Deed of the Day; Can't Win em all; the Rake; the Alakans; Snow White & 7 Dwarfs parody; overall FN, but with 1/2" piece missing off top edge of cover, thus VG = $59.00),

#2 (1960; RARE; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; Millar, Williams, Eisenberg, Leonardi; Karta de Roma; Little People; Big Switch; Partners; Klassic Kar Kaper; Count Down; Snoflake; Super Salesman; It Never Rains; Custom Capers; Prize Chump; Good Deed of the Day; Can't Win em all; the Rake; the Alakans; Snow White & 7 Dwarfs parody; G/VG=$49);

#NN (#3; Summer/1961; RARE; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; Millar-c/a; Kamakaze Kid; Ramjet; Wild Blew Yonder; Thrust Reverse; Just for Kicks; Too Good to Be True; Block Buster; Cinderfella = CINDERELLA Parody; Super Duper Dupes; How to Build a Dragster; Good Samaritain; a Thinking Man; Has this happened to You Dept; Ticket Bait; Drag Steer; FN/VF, 7.0 = $79.00);

#NN (#4; Fall/1961; RARE; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; Millar, Moore, Lloyd Baker, Lowell Sard, Medley; Lassie parody; Superod by Moore; Lone Dragster-s by Moore; Drag Star starring Duck Cogers; VG = $49.00);

#NN (#4; Fall/1961; RARE; Digest size 5-1/2" x 7-1/2"; Millar, Moore, Lloyd Baker, Lowell Sard, Medley; Lassie parody; Superod by Moore; Lone Dragster-s by Moore; Drag Star starring Duck Cogers; Overall FN,  but with 1/4" to 3/8" pieces chipped off entire right edge of cover, thus FA/G = $29.00);

#7 (8-9/1962; Regular 8-1/2" x 11" Magazine Size; Pete Millar, Lowell Ward, Jim Willoughby, Jim Williams, Foster Moore, Jim Mueller; Ben Casey & Andy Griffen; Mayberry parodies; FN/VF, 7.0 = $59.00)

#11(April-May/1963; G = $20.00); #14(10-11/1963; G = $20.00); #15(12/1963-1/1964; G/VG = $24.00); #20(12/1964; Varmints-c; G/VG = $24.00);

1965; April(#22; Varmints-c; VG/FN $30);

1966; June(#29; Varmints-c; VG/FN $30); August(#30; Varmints-c; VG = $25);

1967; April(#34; Varmints-c; FN $30); August(#36; Varmints-c; G = $13); December(#38; Varmints-c; G = $13);

1968; August(#42; Varmints-c; FN $29); October(#43; Varmints-c; VG/FN $25); December(#44; Varmints-c; FN/VF=$33; VG=$19);

1969; (April; #46; TARZAN parody; Varmints-c/s; Star Trek parody; Bruce Steffenhagen covers begin; SOLD OUT);

1970; (April; #52; Mission Impossible parody; Tarzan parody; G/VG=$14) (August; #54; Tarzan parody; SOLD OUT);

1970; (October; #55; Vikings-s; Columbus-s; SOLD OUT); (December; #56; Varmints Christmas-c; Tarzan parody; VG/FN=$20; G=$10);

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CAR toons; 1971-1980 issues; (Petersen Pub)

1971; #59(June; Varmints-c; VG $16);

1972; #64(April; Varmints-c; VG/FN $18);

1973; #69(February; VG/FN $16); (June; #71; 1pg Columbo parody; SOLD OUT); (August; #72; Tarzan parody; SOLD OUT); (October; #73; G/VG $12);

1973; (December; #74; UFO-s; Tarzan parody;SOLD OUT);

1974; (February; #75; Cars of the Stars; Vampire-s; FN $18); (April; #76; Horror-s; 10 pages of CYCLEtoons & Begins in this issue; G=$10);

1974; (June; #77; CYCLEtoons section; Six Million Dollar Man cameo & story swipe; VG = $12);

1974; (August; #78; Mount Rushmore app; Vans & Truckin; CYCLEtoons section; LAST Varmints-c/s issue; FN=$18);

1975; (February; #80; New All-in-One Format begins, with; Cars, Vans, Street Rods, Motorcycles & Rails; 1st app KRASS & BERNIE & Begins, by George Trosley; Dave Deal art begins; Ballad of the BAJA Break-Away by Dave Deal; William Stout-a; Laguna Seca Photo-s; HOGG RYDER by Dennis Ellleefson begins; SOLD OUT);

1975; (April; #81; Winternationals issue; William Stout-a; 2nd app KRASS & BERNIE & Begins, by George Trosley; Alice in Wonderland parody; SOLD OUT);

1975; (June; #82; 17 page VAN-In section #1; 3rd app KRASS & BERNIE; William Stout-a; SOLD OUT);

1975; (August; #84; 5th app KRASS & BERNIE; 17 page VETTE section = Corvette Comix section #1; CHICO & the Man parody; SOLD OUT);

1975; (September; #85; Errol McCarthy-c; 15 page CHOPPER TOONS section #1; Chopper Poster; SOLD OUT);

1975; (October; #86; 17 page VAN COMIX section #2; 2nd John Jones-s; Van-In poster; SOLD OUT);

1976; (April; #89; 15 page DRAGSTER section = RAIL Comix #1; Dragster poster; Errol McCarthy-c; SOLD OUT);

1976; (June; #90; 17 page OFF-ROAD Section #1 & Centerfold Game; SOLD OUT);

1976; (August; #92; 15 page BIG RIG Trucks Section = TRUCKER TOONS #1; Cab-Over model cut-Out Kit centerfold;SOLD OUT);

1976; (September; #93; Stand-Up/Hang-Up Back Cover; 15 page Motorcycle section; John Jones-s; SOLD OUT);

1976; (October; #94; Stand-Up/Hang-Up Back Cover; Lost Horizon parody; Krass & Bernie-c/s; VG/FN $15)

1976; (11-12/1976; #NN = #95; Stand-Up/Hang-Up Back Cover; 10 page MOPAR section; Full Dress Farley-s; Varmints-s; SOLD OUT);

1977; (1-2/1977; #96; Stand-Up/Hang-Up Back Cover; 20 page BIG RIG Trucks Section #2; Tattoos cartoons; SOLD OUT);

1977; (3-4/1977; #97; Brucker the Trucker Back-c; 15 page VETTE section = Comics #2; Errol McCarthy-c; SOLD OUT);

1977; (5-6/1977; #98; Brucker the Trucker Back-c; 10 pages of VAN COMIX section #2; 10 page DRAGSTER section = RAIL Comix #2; Humphrey Bogart parody; VG/FN $15);

1977; (July/1977; #99; Brucker the Trucker Back-c; 15 page OFF-ROAD Section #2; HAPPY DAYS Parody-s; SOLD OUT);

1977; (August/1977; #100; 52 pages; Brucker the Trucker Back-c; 11 page MINI-TRUCK Section; Plus; Off-Road, Big Rigs & Tractors; Tractortoons #2; SOLD OUT);

1977; (September/1977; #101; 52 pages; LASTED Numbered issue; Brucker the Trucker Back-c; 12 page STREET SCENE section; Plus; Vans & Trucks; VW-Beetle Mania; '40 Ford Coupe; Camaro Kid; Truckertoons; Bad Bad Roy; SOLD OUT);

**** 1979 thru 1981 = SIX Issues Published for Each Year;

1979; (March; #NN; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts BEGIN; 68 Pages; Cartoonography BIO & Photo on = Jim Grube & Dennis Ellefson; Krass & Bernie comics continue; 2pg Motor Maze Game; **** IRON-ON Bonus Insert; SOLD OUT);

1979; (May; #NN; 68 Pages; Cartoonography BIO & Photo on = Forrest Plesko; 2 x Krass & Bernie-s; Post-Cataclysm CARtoons by Monte Wolverton; IRON-ON 2 page Bonus Insert is intact; FN/VF $15);

1979; (July; #NN; 68 Pages; Cartoonography BIO & Photo on =Micheal Streff & Nelson Dewey; TIPS on Drawing CARS feature begins; Killer Cars-s; Skate BOARD KINGS section; **** IRON-ON 2 page Bonus Insert is intact; VF $18);

1979; (September; #NN; 68 Pages; Corvette story; Skateboarding; 2pg Across the Nation Game; Off-Roaders Guide; "the Letter"= Mark Evanier-s, Spiegle-a; **** IRON-ON 2 page Bonus Inserts by Monte WOLVERTON is Intact; SOLD OUT);

1979; (November; #NN; 68 Pages; Little Orphan Annie parody; Tales of 'Ol Mechanic; **** IRON-ON 2 page Bonus Insert is Intact; SOLD OUT);

1980; (February; #NN; 68 Pages; Krass & Bernie-c; Hogg Ryder-s; **** IRON-ON Bonus Inserts by Monte WOLVERTON = ONE Tattoo is Intact, ONE Tattoo is missing; FN = $12)

1980;(March/April; #NN; 68 Pages; Krass & Bernie-c; Indianapolis 500-s; 7pg reprint from CARtoons #2; Hudson-Man-s = Monte Wolverton-a; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts is Intact; Writing on inside front cover; Minor writing on cover, VG/FN $14);

1980; (May/June; #NN; 68 Pages; GATORnationals-s; 5 page Viist with "BIG DADDY" ROTH, artilce with Photo's & Rat Fink; 6pg CARtoons #1-r with Saga of Rumpville-s; **** IRON-ON SOLD OUT);

1980; (July/August; #NN; 68 Pages; Dave Deal's History of Hot Rodding-c/s Part-1 with Wraparound-c by Rogerio Nogueira; 1980 Summernationals Englishtown NJ-s; Hot Rod Cartoons remembers section; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1980; (September/October; 68 Pages; HOT ROD Nationals-s; Wraparound-c by Rogerio Nogue; 426 HEMI-s; Van Nuys Blvd True story; SWAPtoons-s; Mueller Cycles; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts are Intact; FN=$15);

1980; (November/December; 68 Pages;Dave Deal's History of Hot Rodding-c/s Part-2; Drag Strip; Van Nuys Blvd-c/s; Car Craft Mag parody; IRON-ON Bonus 2 pages of Inserts are intact; SOLD OUT);

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CAR toons; 1981-1991 issues; (Petersen Pub)

1981; (January/February; 68 Pages; Van Nuys Blvd-s; Street Machine Nationals; PETE MILLER Returns; Meet the Real ERICA; a Car Go Show; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; VG/FN=$9);

1981; (March/April; 68 Pages; HOT ROD mag parody; VETTE-s; CHEVY-s; IRON-ON Bonus 2 pages of Inserts are Intact; FN/VF = $16.00);

1981; (July/August; 68 Pages; Dave Deal's History of Hot Rodding-c/s Part-3; Pete Millar goes Crusin; Wraparound-c by Rogerio Nogueira; 1pg HULK parody; Winternationals; DR. VETTE-s; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts are Intact; VF = $18);

1981; (September/October;Scarlett Streak-s; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts; SOLD OUT);

1981; (November/December; 6 page Raiders of the Lost Ark / Indiana Jones Parody-s; CAMARO-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; FN/VF=$18);

1981; (November/December; 6 page Raiders of the Lost Ark / Indiana Jones Parody-s; CAMARO-s; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; VG=$8);

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**** CARtoons 1982-1983 = EIGHT Issues Published for Each Year;

1982; (January/February; Super Crash-N-Chase-s; PRINCE VALIANT parody; IRON-ON Bonus Insert; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; VG/FN=$12);

1982; (March/April; Street Freak; ROCKmobiles; Out FOXED; W.C. Fields parody; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; FA/G=$4);

1982; (May/June; KIT CARS parody; No Service Island by Millar; Raging Rocket-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; VF=$18; VG/FN=$12);

1982; (May/June; KIT CARS parody; No Service Island by Millar; Raging Rocket-s; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; G/VG=$6);

1982; (July; Camaro by Trolsey; KIT Cars; Winter-Nationals; Bumper Cars-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; VG=$10);

1982; (August; CamDrawing the New Camaro II; Krass & Bernie; Hogg Ryder; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1982; (September; Hogg Ryder-s; Drawing the '57 CHEVY Part-1; Fun Freaks-s; 2pg BMX-s; Four-by-Four Back-c; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; VF=$18);

1982; (October; Drawing the '57 CHEVY Part-2; Off-Road Diorama; Snow White & 7 Dwarfs parody; 1st app Mick McScooter; IRON-ON Bonus Insert; SOLD OUT);

1982; (November/December; Pete Millar's Drag Racing Grand Stand-c/s; Mullholland Drive game; Grand Slam-s;Car-Thing = Horror & Vampire-s; Mick McScooter-s; Lone Ranger parody-s; HOW COME...? comics #1; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Intact; VG = $12);

1982; (November/December; Pete Millar's Drag Racing Grand Stand-c/s; Mullholland Drive game; Grand Slam-s;Car-Thing = Horror & Vampire-s; Mick McScooter-s; Lone Ranger parody-s; HOW COME...? comics #1; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; G = $5);

1983; (January/February; Cora Vette & Pretty Vacant-s;the Crewzer-s; How to Draw MUSTANG; Carl's Jr = 2pg E.T. Swipe/Parody-s; 1 x IRON-ON intact & 1 Missing; G=$5);

1983; (March/April; 1983 Events centerfold Calendar; Drag Racing Diorama; PIGS Sonny & Bunny Back-c; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; E.T. Parody-s = V.T.'s / Valley-Terrestials & their KIT CAR adventure on Earth; Orange County International Raceway;Tube City-s; Mud Money-s; Mick McScooter-s; New Hot Rod Woman; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1983; (May/June; 1st app the Road Worrier-s by Bob Hardin; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; CARacters-s; 2pg Katzenjammer Kids parody; SFX-s; Freak Track-s; Off-Road-s; Grime Group-s; How to Draw 4x4's; Mick McScooter-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; VG=$9);

1983; (July; Drawing the '83 ' VETTE; 'Ol Mechanic Returns; Cardoms Natural Laws; Tales from the Pit; This issue was published as a NON-Bonus issue; SOLD OUT);

1983; (August; 68 Pages; Auto Grime Rhymes-s; Starry-Eted-s by Hardin; Mr. Rogers parody-s; Often Road 3-s; Car Show Biz;Star Cars-s; HOW COME...? Comics #2 by Hardin; Brody Bodine-s; Mick McScooter-s; Krass & Bernie's Big VETTE adventure; NON-Bonus issue; FN/VF = $14);

1983; (September; 68 Pages; Krass & Bernie's Hot Rod Robot; Draw Little Chevies; NON-Bonus issue; SOLD OUT);

1983; (October; Hardin's Car Critters; Steve Austin's Crusie Control 2pg Game; STEALTH-Mobile-s; DC-TED-s; Auto Art-s; Race war-s; Clubby Cruiser-s; Mick McScooter-s; NON-Bonus issue; SOLD OUT);

1983; (November/December; Santa/Christmas-c; Baja Bike Ride-s; Believe it or Else-s by Hardin; Van Nuys Blvd captions; How to Draw Plymouths; Close Encounters of the Third Kind parody-s; Wetternationals-s; Tale from the PIT-s; NON-Bonus issue; FN=$12; VG=$8);

**** CARtoons 1984 thru 1990 = SIX Issues Published for Each Year;

1984; (January/February; 1984 centerfold Calendar; Shawn Kerri's Crankenstein Frankenstein = Monster parody-s; VETTE cartoons; Pipe Dreams-s; Mick McScooter-s; NON-Bonus issue; VF $16);

1984; (March/ April; Road Race Course; Jekal McHide-s; Guy's Towing-s; How to Draw a Hot Rod &'32 Duece Coupe; Unk & them Varnints-s; FN=$12);

1984; (July/August; FIERO Fantasy part-1; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Return; Return of Classy Chassis;Grime Group; PIGS Sunny & Bunny-s; How to Draw Pickup's; Cicle Trackin's 2; Mick McScooter-s; IRON-ON insert is Missing; SOLD OUT);

1984; (September/October; FIERO Fantasy part-2; Cut Away; Skid Marks; Future Crusin'; 4 page KNIGHT RIDER parody-s; Marnick's Mobiles; BMX-s; Scrapper Jones-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1985; (January/February; 25th Anniversary of CARtoons Part-2; 1985 centerfold Calendar; Model Behavior by Karl Kohler; Street Racer-s; Pretty Vacant & Cora Vette-s; 3pgs Tattoos cartoons; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1985; (March/ April; Parts Picker Game; Irv & Erica's Big Off-Road Adventure; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1985; (July/August; Winternationals-s; CARtoonist CARnival by Kohler; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; FN/VF=$14);

1985; (September/October; MADONNA Video Queen Funny Car 2pg parody pinup; 1pg James Dean-s; Car Art of Roy Sharp; Howard Hughes Spruce Duesie-sRallye Roster by Kohler; SPORTY CAR Game; Auto Beachwear-s; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; FN/VF=$16; FN=$15; VG/FN=$12);

1985; (September/October; MADONNA Video Queen Funny Car 2pg parody pinup; 1pg James Dean-s; Car Art of Roy Sharp; Howard Hughes Spruce Duesie-sRallye Roster by Kohler; SPORTY CAR Game; Auto Beachwear-s; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts Missing; G/VG=$6);

1985; (November/December; ** '55 CHEVY Cutaway; Off-Rodeo; MIAMI VICE Parody; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; FN+ = $12);

1986; (January/February; 1986 centerfold Calendar; PRINCE Parody = 2 page Parody Pinup; Bashin' thru BAJA-s; Krass & Bernie LIMO-ROD-c/s; Cora Vette & Pretty Vacant-s; Free Style Festival by Kohler; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; FN/VF=$12; G/VG=$8);

1986; (January/February; 1986 centerfold Calendar; PRINCE Parody = 2 page Parody Pinup; Bashin' thru BAJA-s; Krass & Bernie LIMO-ROD-c/s; Cora Vette & Pretty Vacant-s; Free Style Festival by Kohler; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus is Missing; FA/G=$4);

1986; (March/April; LAST issue with IRON-ON Inserts Bonus; Hot Rod How To; Clean Finish-s; Mulholland Drive Massacre-s; 5pgs ALEX NINO art; 2 page IRON-ON Bonus Inserts intact; SOLD OUT);

1986; (May/June; Slick Color Centerfold POSTER Bonus Insert's BEGIN; 68 pages; SLOT Car Racing-s; HARDtoons-s; Rod Job Funnies; Krass & Bernie in Washington DC; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VG=$7);

1986; (July/August; MUD-DONNA Comics-s #1; Special OFF-ROAD section Part-1; ATV's; 10 Reasons for owing your Street Rod; Demon Gorge-s Part-1; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; SOLD OUT);

1986; (September/October; MUD-DONNA Comics-s #2; Special OFF-ROAD section Part-2; ATV's; ALEX NINO cover; Demon Gorge-s Part-2 & Part-3; HARDtoons by Hardin; ** Bonus POSTER; SOLD OUT);

1986; (November/December; Special MUSTANG Section; Famous Comic Strips; 2pg ALIENS Movie Parody Pinup; Granny GEARS Lubrano interview; 4pg SPARTACUS Parody;SOLD OUT);

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1987; (January/February; 1987 centerfold Calendar; Heavy on CHEVY section; Dentman & Bondo-s by Hardin; Drive-In Doom-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VG=$9; G=$6);

1987; (March/ April; Krass & Bernie's MUSCLE CAR; ATV Contest winners; Hackin' It by Kohler; Mallory Redline-s; Interstellar '57-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VG/FN=$10; VG=$8);

1987; (March/ April; Krass & Bernie's MUSCLE CAR; ATV Contest winners; Hackin' It by Kohler; Mallory Redline-s; Interstellar '57-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing, VG =$5);

1987; (May/June; Special Section on VW & PORSCHE; Isle of Lost Cars-s; Kohler's BUG collection; CARMAN Opera parody-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VF=$15; VG/FN=$10; G/VG=$8);

1987; (July/August; MUD-DONNA Comics #3 = Madonna parody; Special MINI-TRUCK Section; Checkpointers-s; Swamp Thing parody-s; 2pg Freddy Kruger Nightmare on Elm St parody pinup; Mini-Monster Marsh Meet of Mobile-s = Don Lomax-a; Garage Stale Twits; Women's Work-s; Ballad of Junie Beth Lady Trucker; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VG/FN=$10; G=$6);

1987; (July/August; MUD-DONNA Comics #3 = Madonna parody; Special MINI-TRUCK Section; Checkpointers-s; Swamp Thing parody-s; 2pg Freddy Kruger Nightmare on Elm St parody pinup; Mini-Monster Marsh Meet of Mobile-s = Don Lomax-a; Garage Stale Twits; Women's Work-s; Ballad of Junie Beth Lady Trucker; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing, FN=$7);

1987; (September/October; Trosley on Drawing the LAMBORGHINI; Then & Now; Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive parody-s; CARnivore Toyz-s; So It Goes = 1957 vs 1987; 2pg James Dean Pinup; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VF=$16; VG/FN=$10; G/VG=$6);

1987; (November/December; 1988 centerfold Calendar; OFF-ROAD Section; Pretty Vacant & Cora Vette-s = Around the World in 80 Miles; 4x4 Surfin Safari-s; Red Faced White Water Blues-s = Don Lomax-a; Garage Stale Twits;ALICE in Wonderland parody-s with Elvis Presly parody app; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$14; VG/FN=$10);

1987; (November/December; 1988 centerfold Calendar; OFF-ROAD Section; Pretty Vacant & Cora Vette-s = Around the World in 80 Miles; 4x4 Surfin Safari-s; Red Faced White Water Blues-s = Don Lomax-a; Garage Stale Twits;ALICE in Wonderland parody-s with Elvis Presly parody app; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing, VG =$5);

CARtoons -------------
1988; (February; MUSCLE CAR Section; Great Ages of Off-Road; World War-II; High Plains Off-Road Rally-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$13; VG/FN=$9; VG=$7);

1988; (March-April; KIT CAR Section; 2 page MICHAEL JACKSON parody pinup; PLASTIC MAN Parody-s; More MUSCLE CARS; KIT CARtoons #1; Everyone's an Expert-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Musclebound Muscle Cars-s, with CAMEO's by = Sly Stallone, Jane Fonda, SPIDER-MAN, Conan, Popeye & Michael Jackson; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN=$11; VG/FN=$9; VG=$7; G=$5);

1988; (April; KIT CAR Section; 2 page MICHAEL JACKSON parody pinup; PLASTIC MAN Parody-s; More MUSCLE CARS; KIT CARtoons #1; Everyone's an Expert-s = Don Lomax-a; ** Musclebound Muscle Cars-s, with CAMEO's by = Sly Stallone, Jane Fonda, SPIDER-MAN, Conan, Popeye & Michael Jackson; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing, VG/FN =$6);

1988; (June; Porsche Dreams; Bill Cosby & Ferrari Testarossa centerfold Pinup; Sinister Bigfoot Hoax-s = Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VF=$14; FN/VF=$12; VG/FN=$8);

1988; (June; Porsche Dreams; Bill Cosby & Ferrari Testarossa centerfold Pinup; Sinister Bigfoot Hoax-s = Lomax-a; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; VG = $4);

1988; (August; RC MODELS issue; Hot Rod Fashions; Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$12; VG=$7);

1988; (October; VETTE issue; Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$12; VG/FN=$9);

1988; (October; VETTE issue; Cartoons 2090-s; Crocodile Dundee Corvette centerfold Pinup; Tales from the Pit, Zombie/Horror-s; Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; G/VG = $4);

1988; (December; 1989 Calendar Color Centerfold Poster insert; OFFROAD and 4x4 Theme issue; Auto-Answerman-s; Ballad of Junie Beth Lady Trucker; Shawn Kerri interview sorta; Kid Kong-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$12; VG=$7);

1988; (December; OFFROAD and 4x4 Theme issue; Auto-Answerman-s; Ballad of Junie Beth Lady Trucker; Shawn Kerri interview sorta; Kid Kong-s; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; G/VG = $4);

CARtoons -------------
1989; (February; Special MUSTANG issue; Mile Tyson, Ronald Reagan & Elvis Presley cameos; Don Lomax-a; Maximum Underdrive-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$10; VG=$6);

1989; (April; Special DRAG RACING theme issue; Don Lomax-a; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10; VG/FN=$7; VG=$6);

1989; (June; EXOTIC CARS issue; Vette of the Future; Monster Truck-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6);

1989; (August; Interview with Steve Austin; Cobra-s; Young Tom Speedo-s; Auto-Answerman-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$10; VG/FN=$7; VG=$6);

1989; (October; Volume-30 #5; 84 page GIANT issue; 30the Anniversary issue; New Material & Classics Reprints, including Hot Rod CARtoons & Cycletoons; Varmints-s; Robin's Hood-s; "Guess Who a-gogo" = 2pgs ALEX TOTH story & art; James Bond Parody; Firestones = Flinstones Swipe-s;** Bonus Double-Sided Triple-Foldout Color Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$14);

1989; (October; Volume-30 #5; 84 page GIANT issue; 30th Anniversary issue; New Material & Classics Reprints, including Hot Rod CARtoons & Cycletoons; Varmints-s; Robin's Hood-s; "Guess Who a-gogo" = 2pgs ALEX TOTH story & art; James Bond Parody; Firestones = Flinstones Swipe-s; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; FN/VF=$6; FN=$5);

1989; (December; Special MONSTER TRUCK theme issue; 30th Anniversary issue Part-s; CARzan = Tarzan parody-s = 3 pages ALEX TOTH art; Interview with Don Lomax & Art; Kohler Monsters; Varmints-s; ** Bonus Centerfold "1990 CALENDAR" POSTER intact; VF=$14; FN/VF=$12; FN=$10);

CARtoons -------------
1990; (February; Let's Build MODELS issue; Don Lomax-a; SHED the Cat-s; Speed Demon-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6);

1990; (April; VETTES issue; Treasure of the Sierra Madre parody-s; Don Lomax-a; RODzilla-s; But you're a GIRL-s; ** Bonus Centerfold POSTER intact; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10);

1990; (April; VETTES issue; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; FN = $5; G/VG=$3);

1990; (June;Cora Vette & Pretty Vacant-s; CARcoon = Cocoon movie parody-s; VW's; Monster Truck winners; Don Lomax-a; 2pg Batman & Joker parody-s; SHED the Cat-s; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$10; G=$4);

1990; (August; Low Print & Scarcer issue; Hot TRUCKS; Wizard of Carz-s; Kathy Kruser-s; Cora Vette & Pretty Raci-s; Don Lomax-a; Monster Truck winners; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN=$10);

1990; (October; Low Print & Scarcer issue;TRAFFIC in America issue; Hot Rod Caddy-s; Interview with Kohler; SHED the Cat-s; Detroit in Review Part-1 = History of FORD Motor Company; Don Lomax-a; Monster Truck winners; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$12);

1990; (December; Low Print & Scarcer issue; Krass & Bernie Trek across America Part-1; Cora Vette & Pretty Raci-s; Varmints-s;SHED the Cat-s; Monster Truck winners; Pick-Up Artist; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact, includes 1991 Calendar; FN/VF=$12);

CARtoons -------------
**** 1991 = FOUR Issues Published for this Year;

1991; (February; Low Print & Scarcer issue; Krass & Bernie Trek across America Part-2; Bart Simpson & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle cameo on back of Poster; Movie Westerns parody = High Planins Driver; SHEDzilla pinup; Torque-s; MOPARtoons; Cora Vette & Pretty Raci-s; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN/VF=$12; VG=$7);

1991; (February; Low Print & Scarcer issue; Krass & Bernie Trek across America Part-2; Bart Simpson & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle cameo on back of Poster; Movie Westerns parody = High Planins Driver; SHEDzilla pinup; Torque-s Part-1; MOPARtoons; Cora Vette & Pretty Raci-s; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; ** Page 27/28 & Bonus POSTER are Missing; VG = $3);

1991; (April; Low Print & Scarcer issue; CORVETTE & MUSTANG issue; Krass & Bernie in RUSSIA; Torque-s Part-2; Firemen/Firetruck-s; Mechanik; SHED the cat-s; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN+=$12);

1991; (June; Low Print & Scarcer issue; Torque-s; Muscle Car-2; Poncho's; Cora Vette & Pretty Raci-s; ** Bonus 2-Sided Centerfold POSTER intact; FN+=$12);

1991; (August; LAST ISSUE???; Low Print & SCARCE; Krass & Bernie go Monster Trucking; Torque-s; Monster Truck Two; Days of Thunder / Tom Cruise parody-s; Car Wash; House PET SEMATARY-s; Don Lomax-a; Rig Time by Kohler; Torque-s; ** Bonus POSTER is Missing; VG = $7);

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CARtoons Magazine  (2015 to Present; MARC METHOT Publisher & Editor; Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada; CAR & Automotive Family HUMOR; B&W Cartoons Comic Magazines);  (Resurrection of the classic 1960-1991 Originally Published by PETERSEN Pub /Trend Books, Inc./ MILLAR);

#0-A  (2015; 68 pages including Covers; IRON-ON VARIANT Edition = Artwork by Fred Boatman; Front Cover by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Comeback TRIAL Issue VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 2500 copies; BACK FROM THE DEAD; First appearance of the DEUCE PINSTRIPE series by GEORGE TROSLEY; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Scott Fisk, Chuck Kelley, Jeff Slemons, Ben Mitchell, Nelson Dewey, Jon Pogorelskin; NM+, 9.6 = $69.00);

#0-A  (2015; 68 pages including Covers; IRON-ON VARIANT Edition = Artwork by Fred Boatman; Front Cover by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Comeback TRIAL Issue VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 2500 copies; BACK FROM THE DEAD; First appearance of the DEUCE PINSTRIPE series by GEORGE TROSLEY; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Scott Fisk, Chuck Kelley, Jeff Slemons, Ben Mitchell, Nelson Dewey, Jon Pogorelskin; NM, 9.4 = $49.00);

#0-B (2015; 68 pages including Covers; Exclusive POSTER insert VARIANT Edition = Artwork by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Front Cover by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Comeback TRIAL Issue VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 2500 copies; BACK FROM THE DEAD; First appearance of the DEUCE PINSTRIPE series by GEORGE TROSLEY; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Scott Fisk, Chuck Kelley, Jeff Slemons, Ben Mitchell, Nelson Dewey, Jon Pogorelskin; NM+, 9.6 = $69.00);

#0-B (2015; 68 pages including Covers; Exclusive POSTER insert VARIANT Edition = Artwork by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Front Cover by Dan Falconer & Mr. BilBil; Comeback TRIAL Issue VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 2500 copies; BACK FROM THE DEAD; First appearance of the DEUCE PINSTRIPE series by GEORGE TROSLEY; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Scott Fisk, Chuck Kelley, Jeff Slemons, Ben Mitchell, Nelson Dewey, Jon Pogorelskin; NM, 9.4 = $49.00);

#1-A (1-2/2015; 68 pages including Covers; IRON-ON VARIANT Edition = Artwork by Ben “Drag Daddy” Mitchell;  VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 5000 copies; HOT ROD EDITION; George Trosley cover; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Dan Falconer, Mr. BilBil, George Trosley, Jeff Slemons, Pat Rea, Ben “Drag Daddy” Mitchell, Bob  Hardin & More; NM+, 9.6 = $59.00);

#1-B (1-2/2015; Exclusive POSTER insert VARIANT Edition = Artwork by George Trosley; VERY LIMITED Edition of Only 12,500 copies; HOT ROD EDITION; George Trosley cover; Also includes; Fred Botman, Larry Williams, Dan Falconer, Mr. BilBil, George Trosley, Jeff Slemons, Pat Rea, Ben “Drag Daddy” Mitchell, Bob  Hardin & More; NM+, 9.6 = $49.00);



the BEST OF CAR toons (Petersen Pub.)

#1 (Fall/1977; Weight = 160 Grams; 100 Pages; Krass & Bernie-s; Varmints-s; Cinderella parody; Tall on Wheels = 3pgs ALEX TOTH-a; Monte Wolverton-a; Hogg Ryder-s; 4x4; Street Freak; IRON-ON Bonus Insert; SOLD OUT);

#2 (Spring/1978; Weight = 160 Grams; 100 Pages; Krass & Bernie-s; Star Wars; Vettes; Catch 22; Hogg Ryder; Tirezan; Dunesday; IRON-ON Bonus Insert is intact; SOLD OUT;

#3(Summer/1978; Weight = 160 Grams; 100 Pages; Krass & Bernie-s; Monte Wolverton-a; Varmints-s; IRON-ON Bonus Insert; SOLD OUT);

#4(Fall/1978; does NOT say "Best Of"; Weight = 160 Grams; 100 Pages; Krass & Bernie-s; Threadhead = Coneheads parody; CARtoons #5,6 reprints from 1962; Monte Wolverton-a; Varmints-s; IRON-ON Bonus SOLD OUT);

#5(Winter/1978; does NOT say "Best Of"; Weight = 160 Grams; 100 Pages; Krass & Bernie-s; TractorToons; IRON-ON Bonus Inserts; SOLD OUT);

#9(1990; Weight = 235 Grams; 164 Pages including covers; Tirezan = Tarzan parody-s; Varmints-s; Krass & Bernie; Tales form the Pit; SOLD OUT);


CYCLEtoons (Petersen Pub.; 1968-1973; CYCLEtoons combines with CARtoons in #76 in 4/1974);

#5 (10/1968; Hinton/Hughes painted-c; Hogg Ryder by Hinton;Mini Menace by Joe Mead; Ego Is by Dennis Ellefson; Mojave Desert 100 Mile Endurance Race; Cycle Chix; Muller's World; Slyde McSickle by Nelson Dewey; VG minus = $30.00);

#6 (12/1968; Hinton/Hughes painted-c; G/VG = $24.00);

#12 (12/1969; Ellefson/Hughes painted-c; VG = $25.00);

#13 (2/1970; Ellefson/Hughes painted-c; overall VG/FN, with writing on 50% of Title, thus VG = $25.00);

#16 (8/1970; Ellefson/Hughes painted-c; Mint 400 Las Vegas Race-c; VG = $25.00);

#19 (February/1972; Thompson/Bruno/Ellefson front/back-c; Hogg Ryder-c/s; Earthling Bikers; Two Reelers; Cycle Show; Son of Kongwasaki; If Comics Strips had Motorcycles = Parodies of = Peanuts, Pogo, Dick Tracy, Superman, Lil Abner, Tarzan; the Playboy Motorcycle; Brody Bodine-s; SOLD OUT);


DRAG CARtoons {Pete Millar's...} (Millar Pub. Co..; Poor Distribution & Low Print Runs);

1963 - December (#2; Millar-a; Russ Manning-a; Warren Tufts-a; Mel Keefer-a; 6 page Flash Gordon parody-s; Tell-Tell Car-s = 6 pages Alex TOTH-a; Dr Kildare parody-s = 4 pages Alex TOTH-a; 3 page Jackie & President John F Kennedy-s; RARE; VG/FN = $79);

1964 - July (#5; Millar-c; Russ Manning-a; Warren Tufts-a; Mel Keefer-a; Alex TOTH-a; Big Daddy Roth comic strip ad by Millar; Peanuts parody; Archie parody; RARE; VG/FN = $59);

1965; #15(May; Millar-c; 5pgs TOTH-a; 2 pg Boris Karloff Photo-s; 1pg Big Dady Toth-a; Von Dutch-s; VG $35); #16(June; Special INDY issue; Temple McFlathead-s; VG $29); #17(July; Millar-c; Temple McFlathead-s; VG $29);

1965; #18(August; 12 O'Clock High Noon-s; CUSTER Stands Last-s = Millar-a; VG $29); #19(September; 64 page Giant special A.H.R.A. issue; 3 page RAT FINK's Tall Tales-s; VG $32) (October #20; PHOTO-c; VG=$29);

1965; ##21(November; SMOKEY the BEAR-c; Great Race Movie spoof; BIG DADDY {ROTH} in Surfside Saga = 6 pages ALEX TOTH-a; VG $35);

1966; (June #26; 2-1/2" x 3" Coupon missing, FA/G = $9)

1966; (September; #31; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG/FN=$30); (November; #33; Wonder Warthog-c/s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G=$15);

1966; (December; #34; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$25);

1967; (January; #35; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$25); (February; #36; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G=$15);

1967; (April; #38; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$25); (May; #39; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G/VG = $20);

1967; (May; #39; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; overall VG+, but 10% of BACK cover is missing thus G = $15);

1967; (June; #40; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$25);

1967; (July; #41; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$25); (August; #42; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G=$15);

1967; (October; #44; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG=$24); (November; #45; PHOTO-c; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; VG/FN=$29);

1968; (January; #47; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G/VG = $18); (April; #49; Wonder Warthog-s = Gilbert Shelton-a; G/VG = $18);

1970; (September; Orwig Hump-s; Bad Trip; The Rich Kids-s; Rapid Transit System-s; Drag Racing in 2367; Armed Race; Vee Dubs-s; G/VG =$14);


DRAG CARtoons (the WILDEST / BEST OF...) (Professional Services Pub.; Drag Racing Humor cartoons comic);

#4(1970; Best of Drag Cartoons; 84 pages; Scarce; Special ECOLOGY issue; SOLD OUT);


HOT ROD CARtoons (Petersen Pub.; Combines with CARtoons in 1975; #7-16 = 3 pages ALEX TOTH art in each);

1964; #1(November; Scarce; VG+=$69; VG=$59; FA/G=$35);

1965; #2(January; VG+ $49);

1967; #14(January; 3 pages ALEX TOTH-a; VG=$30; G/VG=$25); #15(March; 3 pages ALEX TOTH-a; VG/FN=$35; VG=$30);

1967; #16(May; 3 pages ALEX TOTH-a; VG/FN=$33); #18(September; FN $30);

1968; #20(January; VG/FN=$26); #23(July; G = $14); #24(September; VG=$22);

1972; (January #44; Thompson/Lemmons-c; Superwrench-s; VG/FN $18);

1972; (September #48; Gremlins-c/s; Superwrench -s; G/VG $12); (November #49; Superwrench -s; VG/FN $18);

1973; #50(January; VG $14); #51(February; VG/FN $16); #52(May; VG $14); #55(November; VG $14);

1974; (May #58; CYCLEtoons section Begins; Superman parody; Hogg Ryder-s; VG=$15);


SURFtoons (Petersen Pub);

#3 (1966; SCARCE; Nelson Dewey Oainted-c; Saucer Creature-s; Moke the Menahune-s; Surfman-s; Rick Griffin-a; Dennis Ellefson-a; Carl Kohler-a; Jim Warren-a; Jim Willoughby-a; Jim Mueller-a; VG minus = $39.00);




WACKY WHEELS (Colony Pub.; Car Humor cartoons comic)

1971; (July; Volume-1 #1; Dune Buggy-c; Midnight Ride of Paul Revere; Hookie-s; Wacky Flickers; SCARCE; FN = $39);

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